In an ambitious move to bridge the gap between academic achievement and real-world experience, the Centre for Public Service Innovation unveils its CPSI 2024/25 internship program. Tailored for recent graduates, this initiative is more than just a stepping stone; it’s a launchpad into the complexities and challenges of the public sector.
At the heart of the program is a standout opportunity in Legal Services, targeting those armed with an undergraduate degree in law. This position is not merely about filling a seat; it’s about immersing oneself in the intricacies of legal frameworks, from drafting opinions to navigating litigation, all while absorbing the essence of public administration law.
The CPSI is committed to not only enhancing legal acumen but also honing vital skills such as office management, computer literacy, and effective communication. With a comprehensive 24-month tenure, interns are assured of a deeply enriching experience that promises to mold them into well-rounded professionals.
This program represents a beacon of hope for many, offering a unique blend of learning, growth, and contribution to the public sector. It’s an invitation to the youth to not only envision a future of possibilities but to actively participate in shaping it. The CPSI’s internship program is more than an opportunity; it’s a testament to the power of innovation and the endless potential of the youth.
The CPSI Internship Program 2024/25
LEGAL SERVICES REF NO: 0001/2024
STIPEND: R7 043.25 per month (The CPSI will pay a monthly stipend, based on the qualiﬁcations, and
determine by Directive on Internship Programme) CENTRE: Pretoria, Arcadia REQUIREMENTS: An undergraduate degree in law
DUTIES: An undergraduate degree in law. The successful Intern will be exposed to the drafting of legal opinions, litigation matters; contracts and the drafting, processing and the interpretation of legislation related to the public administration. Personal Profile Basic skills that Interns should possess include office management; computer literacy; interpersonal skills; time management; teamwork; competencies focusing specifically on the public service and communication skills.
ENQUIRIES: Tshepo Buthelezi Tel No: (012) 683 2817/04